Learn the secrets of Italian pasta making and sample delicious local fare on this 10 kilometre cycle tour of Myrtleford.
You will prepare gnocchi in a dedicated kitchen at Delizie Café Deli, then work up an appetite visiting local Pedal to Produce providers, collecting more delicious food and wine for your feast.
Most cycling is along the fabulous Murray to Mountains Rail Trail. The tour includes hands-on pasta making, morning tea, lunch, food and wine tastings, secret recipes and local tour guide.
Bring your own bicycle and helmet or hire bikes available (additional cost).
$135 is for participants who bring their own bicycle; $160 includes discounted bicycle hire.
|$135.00 - $160.00|
$120 is for children (under 18 years old) who bring their own bicycle; $140 includes discounted bicycle hire.
|$120.00 - $140.00|
Hands-on pasta making, morning tea, leisurely ride to nearby farm gates and/or wineries, gnocchi and wine luncheon, and local tour guide.
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This tour is customisable to suit your needs, minimum of six participants.
Departure details: 01/10/17
Sun: 10:00am - 03:00pm
Located on the marvellous Murray to Mountains Rail Trail in North East Victoria, Myrtleford Cycle Centre is a family owned and operated, full-service bicycle shop. Stop by for professional repairs, parts and accessories, hire bikes, cycle tours and more.
Cook - cycle - feast. Join a gourmet cycle tour that starts with a hands-on cooking lesson, such as learning the secrets of making authentic Italian gnocchi or a kneading a hearty sour dough bread. Next, work up an appetite visiting local food and wine producers, collecting delicious items for a grand feast. Tours are an easy 10 to 15 kilometre cycle around Myrtleford, and the itinerary can be customised to suit your group (minimum six riders).
Myrtleford Cycle Centre has a fleet of comfortable hire bikes suitable for adults and children, as well as a bike trailer, tag-a-long bike and a baby seat for children who are not riding yet. Hire costs range from $25 to $35 per day.
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